Fraser River Indians. At New Westminster (Stump City).
Indian Chiefs [sic] Tomb and painted face Monument. Fraser River. One of the chiefs [sic] wives was dying gradually and willingly in a lean to shed at the back of the tomb. Indian chiefs [sic] tomb and effigy opposite New Westminster. Fraser River, British Columbia, 1868. No. 32....
Indian Chiefs tomb and effigy. Fraser River, opposite New Westminster. His wife dying of hunger and starvation at the back of the shed."
Indian huts and shelter tents amongst the pine tree stumps of "Stump City" alias New Westminster, Fraser River. B. Col. Ooolachins, or Candle Fish drying. Indian children squatting. Savage Indian who came out with his gun and threatened to shoot me if I did not clear out. [In pencil]: Indians encamped at New Westminster. No. 51
Native woman examing a child's head (which moved) for native runners and immolating them when found between her teeth. Mosqueem [Musqueam] Indian encampment on the Fraser River. Queens Birthday Visitors 1865.